I hope your day is going super! This past weekend I attended an online event where we had a very special guest, Shelli Gardner herself. She stamped a card using the Nature's Harvest Stamp Set which is probably my favorite set out of the holiday catalog. So today I'm showing you the card I CASEd from her with a few slight changes & then I changed it up with my new favorite color combo.
For the top card, Crumb Cake Cardstock was used for the base & the layer (a subtle change as Shelli embossed right on the base, I tend to screw that up, so added the extra layer in the same color.) The Crumb Cake layer was embossed using the new Timeworn Type 3DEF (LOVE THIS!) Next, Basic White Cardstock was used as a layer that was splattered with Crumb Cake Ink, after the splotch from the Nature's Harvest Stamp Set was stamped using the same color in the bottom right corner & then a hole was die cut (can use a punch as well) out near the top center then a thin strip of Misty Moonlight Cardstock was added to the right edge. A strip of the Harvest Meadow DSP was then attached to the back of the Basic White Cardstock about 1/2 way behind the circle, attaching it only on the right side pf the paper, so that the wheat from the Harvest Dies could be placed in front of it. I also added a second strip of the DSP to show just outside of this layer. Harvest Dies were used with Basic White Cardstock to cut out the sun/coneflower out as well then watercolored with Bumblebee & Crumb Cake Ink & Linen Thread was attached to the stem. The flower was attached with Stampin' Dimensionals on the top & glued near the leaves. For the sentiment, I used the Itty Bitty Birthday Stamp Set to stamp Misty Moonlight Ink onto Bumblebee Cardstock that was cut out using the long window in the die set & cut to end at the blue strip which was then popped up using dimensionals over the flower. Once this layer was all finished dimensionals were again used to attach it to the base of the card & the little Matte Decorative Dots in Bumblebee were added to finish off the card.
This card was made the same way as above but I changed the base & layer to Misty Moonlight Cardstock along with using Misty Moonlight Ink for the splatter & the splotch on the bottom right. I added a Bumblebee Cardstock strip to the right side of the Basic White Cardstock. This time I only used one piece of the Harvest Meadow DSP. Harvest Dies were used to cut out the flower using Basic White Cardstock which was then watercolored using Cajun Craze & Crumb Cake Ink & the wheat was cut out using Bumblebee Cardstock. For the sentiment, I used the Welcoming Woods Stamp Set stamped with Misty Moonlight Ink onto Basic White Cardstock cut the same way as above.
~Thanks for stopping by!
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